A tool which listens to keys and, using the Lua programming language, lets you remap them to other features.
It is useful for Using a second USB keyboard for macros.
Yet another shitty web browser.
An amazing (and amazingly-expensive) DVD ripper. Can work with other disks.
I've used this to back up my old DVD discs into
View/control startup applications.
Small, concise, full-featured and overall incredible. This is an essential part of my toolkit.
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A tool to put a LiveUSB ISO onto a USB stick.
Simple and does the job.
aka LinuxLive USB Creator
A computer cleaning tool.
All magical and stuff. I guess. I don't have a particular need for it, and I don't miss it when it's gone, but it's in my toolkit.
A USB storage testing application.
If regular formatting doesn't work, this application will do a more low-level format.
This is the official SD card tool for formatting a card.
Though it can do other stuff, I use this to edit ISO images meant to be burned to a CD or DVD, to make them appropriate for copying to, and booting from, a USB stick.
Phenomenal. I wish I knew about this a long time ago. I've ignored many Linux distributions because of the very issue this tool solves.